Do you have goals in your mind? If yes, are you writing them down?
Here are 5 tips to know when setting smart goals:
Having the confidence and belief in yourself is must. You have to believe fully, without any doubt, that you will maximize each day to achieve those goals. Being able to bet on yourself and having the confidence to get back up is something that should be done first before even moving forward.
Focus on delivering results and execute flawlessly on the things that will create big results. You want to master one thing and not worry about the other things. Many people try to be good at many things and they never see results. Focus on one thing and learn from the best in your field. Writing down “little goals” each day will give you the ability to help you stay focused.
Start working on yourself. Keep your mindset at peak performance. If you are not working at your peak performance, you will get distracted and not hit your goals. You need to write down your 3 proudest accomplishments. From there, focus on each day and be willing to do whatever it takes to accomplish a little at a time to ultimately hit your yearly or 6 months goal.
Being productive every single day and being consistent is a mother of mastery. If you have an idea, but don’t execute it, the idea does not matter. Do something where you can take action. If you have ideas, write them down. Execution is the name of the game! Move forward each day and take full action on those tasks.
Clarity is power. If you really know what you want, you will do anything and everything it takes to get there. You always want to have your goals that you want to accomplish. Find your top 3 goals and find out exactly what you want to accomplish. Ask yourself, how do you want to feel? How much money you want to make? Once you really know all these things, you have a clear mission and nothing would stop you.
Your ability to keep going and improve every day. You will increase your muscle memory and execute on your goals with your grit. Nothing will stop you, if you have a strong grit.
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Here are my top 3 goals by the end of the year:
- My first goal is to make more than $60,000 by the end of the year.
- My second goal is to quit my job at Brookfield Towing and begin my business.
- My third goal is to improve my relationships. I want to build a stronger family, spiritually and mentally.
These are some of my goals. I take each day and lift it to the fullest.
Be thankful what you have and never take anything for granted. Those are the things that I remind myself every day. If you have questions or want more info on Peter Voogd, you can contact me.